We offer three fellowships to qualified applicants who are interested in acquiring clinical, teaching, and research responsibilities as part of their fellowship training. Each fellowship is a one year program.
2011 Residency and Fellowship Graduation Celebration
We had a wonderful group of residents and fellows complete training this year. Our graduation celebration, June 17 and 18, was full of activities, such as the Annual Chairman's Fun Run/ Walk, the Research Day presentations, the Annual Resident Roast, golfing at Pumpkin Ridge, and the DeWeese Society banquet.
It was a lovely weekend, and we wish our graduates the very best. Our residents Patrick Angelos, Max Furr, Sarah Carroll and Vivian Wu, and our fellows Luke Rudmik, Scott Stephan, Daniel Schnieder, and Babak Givi will all be very successful in their future endeavors.
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery FellowshipThe Oregon Health & Science University Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Training Program is based in the Division of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery in the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. Both preceptors are full-time academic facial plastic surgeons. The fellowship exposure emphasizes all aspects of reconstructive and cosmetic facial plastic surgery with significant exposure to the full spectrum of cosmetic and reconstructive issues including congenital pediatric disorders. All Fellows are expected to complete a research project during their fellowship training. The Fellow will have significant teaching responsibilities to the residents in training. This experience provides a rigorous and intensive exposure to the specialty and is geared towards the applicant dedicated to a career in academic facial plastic surgery.
The Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery wishes to provide this Fellowship to allow the Fellow to obtain clinical exposure in the field of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The Fellow will have primary responsibility to the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Service. The Fellow's responsibilities can be divided into three aspects: research, clinical and educational. The Fellow agrees to devote full-time effort to the achievement of the Fellowship program goals.
For more information please call 503 494-5678, to talk with Dr Wang, or click here to learn more.
The OHSU microvascular fellowship was founded in 1999. It is designed to teach fellows the fundamentals of microvascular surgery and patient management. An emphasis on basic and clinical research is incorporated into the program to complement the experience.
Mark K. Wax, MD, FACS is the fellowship director. The microvascular service under his direction performs an average of 8-10 flaps each month. Additional reconstructive and facial plastic procedures are included in the training.
This program is accredited by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. One fellow is selected each year through the AAFPRS match. Interested applicants may contact the Department for further information at 503 494-5355.
Rhinology, Sinus, and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship
The Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery accepts applicants for a one-year clinical fellowship in rhinology and sinus surgery through the SF Rhinology Match program (SFMatch.org) each year. This one-year fellowship will provide comprehensive training in medical and surgical rhinology, sinus and skull base surgery in the setting of a tertiary university practice. Fellows receive comprehensive surgical training in advanced techniques, including revision sinus surgery, frontal sinus surgery, and endoscopic skull base and tumor surgery. Training in otolaryngic allergy will also be provided. Teaching opportunities are available, as well as mentored research, writing, and presentation. Presentation of research at national meetings is supported.
Opportunities to participate in a funded clinical research program and basic science research are plentiful, and dedicated research time will be provided. Includes salary/benefit package with medical benefits.
Applicants should be board eligible/certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology and must be able to obtain an Oregon Medical License.
Please submit all required materials through SF Match. interviews will be conducted in Winter-Spring in accordance with the rhinology match.
Please address inquiries:
Professor & Fellowship Director
Oregon Health & Science University
Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd., PV-01
Portland, OR 97239
Clinical Fellowship (CF) in Speech Language Pathology 2012-13
Full time clinical fellowships are being offered at the NW Center for voice and Swallowing, Otolaryngology / Head & Neck Surgery at OHSU. The primary purpose of the program is to train professionals in the areas of voice and swallowing disorders. Training in direct patient care to patients (adult and pediatric) with voice disorders, laryngeal voice restoration, speech and swallowing disorders after head and neck cancer, and adult dysphagia.
Training program description for Speech-Language Pathology
The training program is primarily clinical in nature. The NWCVS at OHSU has a faculty of six speech-language pathologists. Training experiences include interdisciplinary team assessments of adults and children with voice disorders and vocal cord dysfunction, adult dysphagia, laryngeal rehabilitation, speech and swallowing disorders in the head and neck cancer patient. Independent study and collaborative research is part of the training program. Didactic offerings, both at the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing at OHSU and at the greater OHSU system augment the Fellowship experience.
Applicants should have a minimum of a master's degree in speech-language pathology and meet all of the requirements for certification except the Clinical Fellowship. Applicants must meet all of the requirements for the Oregon Board of Examiners Conditional License in Speech-Language Pathology.
Applicants should submit: 1) a letter of intent including background and areas of interest, and 2) a resume including at least two references qualified to comment on the status and performance of the applicant. Applications are due by March 31, 2012.
A stipend is available for the 2012-13 academic year, on a 12 month appointment. the beginning date for the fellowship is the first week of September.
Letters and inquiries should be addressed to:
Donna J Graville, PhD, CCC-SLP
Associate Professor, Director of the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing
Otolaryngology / Head & Neck Surgery
Oregon Health & Science University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, PV 01
Portland, OR 97239
(503) 494-3228 Phone
(503 ) 494-4631 Fax